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Expiration dating/lot number on plastic
Hi guys, what is your solution to add dates/lot numbers to plastic packaging if you do not have a laser marking system?
For tube, use a sealing machine which prints it in the "rim". I've been told they work with ultrasound... dunno if that's true.
"We" use etiquettes which don't really stick that well and dissolve/smear fairly easily but since "we" are a pharmacy... if you know what I mean.
) we also use laser-printed stickers that are waterproof but annoying to attach. So I was wondering if there is a better way
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For small batches we sometimes use a handheld batch code printer. It is essentially a small inkjet printer.
We have also used the stickers in the past.
Our machine emboss Lot no & expiry date on crimp. That is heat sealing & embossing process.
Hot code printer machine
is ideal for imprinting date codes, lot numbers, expiration dates, and other letters/numbers into plastic and paper bags.
The raw material of our
is sourced from Rousselot, the largest supplier of high quality bovine bone gel.
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